GUEST EDITORIAL: South African Church Leaders Protest Restrictions on Eighteen Antiapartheid Organizations

by Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
New York, New York, United States
1987
1 page
In this statement released in February 1988, South African church leaders condemned the banning of 18 organizations and a number of individuals, including Albertina Sisulu and Archie Gumede, who are leaders of the United Democratic Front and workers to bring peace in two crisis areas. In the face of government efforts to smash effective opposition, the statement urges the oppressed to intensify their struggle, urges white South Africans to dissociate themselves from the government and join the struggle for democracy, and urges the international community to isolate the South African government. [Note: The article is from The Corporate Examiner (Vol. 16 No. 10).]
Used by permission of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root